A trip took me to Macau, China last week. From Tokyo, it took approx. 4-hour airplane ride to Hong Kong and then a 50-min. ferry ride to get there.

Weather was warm and semi-high humid. I could enjoy nice runs while I stayed in the former colony of Portugal ( it was transferred back to China in 1999).

As usual, I never have much time to do sightseeing, so my running let me see the places I visit.

Here is a beautiful statue of Kuan-yin.

Macao has many buildings from the European colonial past.

Here's a scene of a back street.

Many new casinos are being built.  This one is on going, but some are stopped due to the current financial situation.

Grand Lisboa Hotel - one of the oldest hotels that was renewed last year.

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